She invited some of her favorite ladies over for a standard Sunday Brunch and to our surprise…. it was a Bridesmaids’ brunch full of creativity, surprises and a few tears of joy (my bad). This “bridal” brunch was the perfect way to bring all of Katie’s bridesmaids together to gossip about her big day. We sipped our mimosas and freshly brewed coffee while chatting about color schemes, flower arrangements, hair-do’s, and of course… dresses! How could she go wrong?
Also on the table were these cute little place cards, the dresses were quite “fitting”… wouldn’t you say?
A coffee station was a must. This bride-to-be knows her bridesmaids far too well.
As an appetizer, the bride served a family favorite…. BUBBLE BREAD! If you know anything about the O’Connor clan, you know that this delicious treat is a staple and a sure crowd-pleaser. Here’s the recipe for you to enjoy…. (let me know what you think!)
3 cans 7.5 oz Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits
1 tsp cinnamon & 1/2 cup sugar (combine these two in a Ziplock bag)
1 stick margarine
1/2 cup sugar
2 Tbs Maple Syrup
Quarter biscuits and mix these pieces in the cinnamon/sugar bag. Shake, shake, shake!
Place pieces in Teflon bundt pan after being coated with cinnamon/sugar
Melt margarine, add sugar and syrup
Pour melted mixture over quartered biscuits
Bake at 350 for 30 minutes
Turn upside down on plate & enjoy!
And to top off the many reasons to celebrate, the bride toasted us each with our own bottle of wine with the “official” question written on it, “Will you be my Bridesmaid?”. She bought these adorable stickers from here and stuck each label onto our favorite bottles of wine.